Photobooth that is! Our photobooth has taken a life of it’s own! We’ve been so busy with it that we built a second booth to keep up with the demand.
If you haven’t seen or been in our photobooth, then you must be living under a rock! Seriously, we have have been all over the place with it. Hazelton, Penn’s Peak, Sand Springs, Milford, Montdale Country Club, Nay Aug, Moffat Estate and even my own back yard for my daughter’s graduation party.
If you want to check out our booth, join us at Studio 32 in Wilkes Barre on Aug 19th, Nay Aug Park on Aug 20th, or the GDS fair from Aug 27 – Sept 3.
Below are some of the images from some of the crazy people who have been in our booth.
Montdale Country Club was the setting for Colleen and Tony’s awesome wedding. We were there with our photo booth. When they go in the booth, you never quite know what’s going to pop up on the screen! Congrats!
Once a year, my family gets together for a reunion. Its always the same Saturday, at the same time, in August. Its always a covered dish lunch, followed by some games, and sometimes a baseball game across the street at the school, and always visiting with people that we haven’t seen since last year’s reunion. This year, I brought along the photo booth for some extra fun!
Leann called us from Chicago to book her photo booth. She was coming home to get married and thought the photo booth would add to the fun of their big day. They were such a fun couple! I wish they had found us sooner and we were their photographer too. We had an awesome time. Jake’s best friend, who is overseas, was in the booth, via his mom on skype. haha
The ladies at the Cabin Cafe were kind enough to let us set up in their place for Moscow’s Night Out. On this night, all the businesses in Moscow are open. Many pass out candy, hot dogs, coupons and such for all the neighbors. We brought our photo booth and let everyone take a turn in it. If you haven’t been to the Cabin since Mel and Joy took over, stop in for breakfast or lunch! Tell them we sent you!
Lauren’s parents hired us to set up the photo booth for Lauren’s Graduation Party. Lauren graduated from Wyoming Area, and is headed off to Pitt.
The day was hot! I do mean hot! Ed was beet red as we set up the booth. I thought he was going to pass out. But we got set up, took a little breather to get a drink, then opened the booth for business. The pool was also open, but we had a steady stream of customers. The booth was a hit. We even ended up staying an extra hour.
Maria and Tom rented our photo booth for their wedding in June. As we were setting up, a little girl kept coming over to see what we were doing. She was all excited to go in the booth. As soon as we got it set up, she was the first one in it.
It was strange being at a wedding and not shooting, but we were soon busy enough with the booth. Needless to say, the booth was a hit. She ended up asking us to stay an extra hour.
If May was wedding month for us, June ended up being Photo Booth month. We had a booking almost every weekend. It really gave us a chance to streamline our process. This is still a pretty new addition to our services, and we are always looking for ways to make it better.
We are one of the only photographers in the area who have a real photo booth. If you are booking a booth, be sure to ask if it’s a booth, or if it’s a camera on a tripod against a wall. For those who don’t know, our booth is close to what you see at the mall, only a larger scale. You climb in, pull the curtain closed, put on some silly hats, and make some crazy faces as the camera snaps the shots. After 4 photos, the image prints out. The host gets a choice of a slideshow of all the images, or a scrapbook, which has 1 of each print. The guests can also sign the book, leaving messages for the host.
Its almost as much fun for us watching as it is for the people inside. Our booth is a great addition to any party. Weddings, graduation parties, reunions,birthday parties, corporate events and charities are all great places to bring the booth.
Maria and Tom booked our photo booth for their wedding. As we were setting up, the guests were all curious as to what we were doing. Once the word got out that there was a photo booth, the excitement started to spread. No sooner did we have the booth up and running, did we have our first visitor.
From the time the booth started until the end of the reception, it ran non-stop. They even had us stay an extra hour, it was such a big hit.